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    Sports and Recreational Area Lighting
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    2015 - 82 Pages
    8 ½ X 11 Softcover
    List Price: $75.00
    IES Member Price: $52.50
    ISBN # 978-0-87995-311-9
    Order #: RP-6-15

    Product ID: rp-6-15
    Price: $75.00
    Member Price: $52.50
    Product Detailed Description

    The purpose of IES RP-6-15 Sports and Recreational Area Lightingis to provide the reader with recommendations to aid in the design of sports lighting systems. Popular sports, such as baseball, tennis, basketball and football as well as recreational social activities, such as horseshoe pitching and croquet are covered. Venues for spectators of amateur, collegiate, and professional sports are complex facilities that should provide not only for the spectators, but also the equipment used in modern sports broadcasting. This document does not address those needs, so the reader should look for guidance from the sports league or the project consultant.

    Sports lighting systems consume power which over time can be significant, and IES RP-6-15 defines methods for maximizing energy efficiency.

    Contents

    Introduction

    Lighting Fundamentals and Principles

    Venue Types

    Design Factors and Considerations

    Equipment Considerations

    Power and Wiring

    Indoor Lighting Applications

    Lighting for Outdoor Sports

    Illumination Level Tables

    Annex A –Calculations by Computer

    Annex B – Design Considerations and Floodlight Aiming

    Annex C - Floodlight Aiming Methods

    Annex D – Field Measurements

    Annex E – Care and Maintenance

    Annex F – Lighting Economics

    Annex G – Lighting Terms

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